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Why I row for freedom – Debbie Beadle

Debbie Beadle

I have been working in the Human Rights field for over 10 years. Working with people who often are denied their rights and not treated fairly. Julia first came to ECPAT UK to ask about child trafficking in the UK and how she could help, she mentioned about the row. I had just finished 30 physical challenges for my 30th birthday, so of course straight away it appealed to my competitive and adventurous side. I said to Julia immediately that I would be interested. However I had to really think about it, we had to raise a lot of money to get to the start line and I kept thinking, if I received that money for my Youth

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Programme at ECPAT UK I could do a lot to support child victims of trafficking. It would also mean that I spent 3 months away from the young people I support which seemed a little selfish. After I thought about it, I decided that I would take the risk, spending that money would lead to making a lot more and with the media and awareness we would raise it all be worth it. I also hope that by seeing and experiencing me doing something so positive and challenging it may also inspire the young people I work with and give them something to get excited about and look forward to. It has been an adventure up to now and I am excited to get on that ocean and push myself to the limit. I am confident that my risk will pay off and I we will achieve something amazing! Debs x

1 Response to “Why I row for freedom – Debbie Beadle ”
October 11, 2011
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Deb you are an absolute inspiration….. and are so passionate about this tragic cause. I am so proud of you and all you have achieved to date, and know that you will raise awareness and change lives as a result of your fantastic efforts – keep it up girls, do us proud!

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